Most common applications
LGB crowd control gates are often used to close off or restrict access to private or restricted areas in grocery, convenience and retail stores. Common uses include closing off customer service, liquor and tobacco areas.
Versatile and durable
Solidly built to stand up to demanding environments
The LGB hinge post and gate are welded assemblies with a bright chrome finish that matches the finish on our chrome turnstiles and modular post and railing.
The gate opens smoothly and stays open until manually closed. The LGB does not have a self-closing mechanism. Upon closing, the latch finger on the gate recesses into the latch, holding the gate into the closed position until the latch is manually released and the user opens the gate. If desired, the LGB can be locked in the closed position through use of a small padlock.
The LGB comes in a bright chrome finish and includes both the hinge post and latch post as shown.
An inexpensive way to control access to sensitive areas
Alvarado’s turnstiles, gates and modular railing are inexpensive and effective tools to control patron traffic flow. Our products allow you to control traffic flow patterns into and within your store, and keep patrons out of sensitive areas.
LGB Product Benefits:
- Inexpensive way to close off sensitive or restricted areas
- Can be field configured to swing from the right or left side
- Integrates with Alvarado turnstiles, posts and railing
- Can be locked in the closed position using a small padlock
Use our products in creative ways
Whether your goals are to direct pedestrian traffic, control shopping cart flow, block or segment areas of your facility – or all of the above – our pedestrian gates, turnstiles and modular posts and railing are inexpensive and flexible tools to help you achieve your objectives. Just a few examples of how our products can be used are shown below.
Need assistance? We can help. Our experienced sales and customer service personnel have dozens of years of real world experience and are available to assist with ideas, options, layouts and answers to your questions.
Alvarado always recommends that local code requirements be checked before ordering and installing products used for public entry/exit access purposes.